Did they mention the music?

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Contemporary Books, 1989 - Biography & Autobiography - 252 pages
This is the remarkable autobiography of composer and pianist Henry Mancini, whose more than ninety film scores include The Pink Panther.

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Did they mention the music?

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Reading this book is like being invited to an old friend's house for the evening to see some slides from recent vacations. The friend is dear, and you want to see the slides, but it's all a little ... Read full review

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Beaver Valley
1
Max
20
What Did You Do in the War Daddy?
27
Copyright

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Gene Lees is the award-winning author of Waiting for Dizzy, Meet Me at Jim and Andy's, and Singers and the Song, as well as biographies of Oscar Peterson and Lerner and Loewe. A former editor of Down Beat, he has written extensively for Stereo Review, The New York Times and other publications. Since
1981 he has published, edited, and written for the respected JazzLetter.

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